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The Enigmatic Cityzen Project Drops Debut Track “Sirius” on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK

When R3HAB takes a new talent under his wing and shares his pupil’s talent with the world, you know that definitely holds some weight. Today we are visiting the wonderful electric den that is CYB3RPVNK for “Sirius”, a brand new debut from the fresh newcomer Cityzen. A brand new project coming from the minds behind the CYB3RPVNK movement, Cityzen is a time-manipulating enigma that can exist in both the past and the future without any clear reason why. Cityzen is definitely a peculiar project, as his affinity for the color red when paired with his unique glasses create a rather odd image. However, Cityzen’s drive to blend futuristic beats and classic underground sounds will only further cloud his image and style.

Now, we have high hopes for this Cityzen project. Cityzen’s enigmatic nature gives off a rather intriguing aura that almost seems to entrance the listener once their track starts playing. “Sirius” feels like we should be grooving out to it in some seedy dystopian night club, while at the same time those keen to classic sounds will recognize the vintage Moog synthesizers. The track will definitely set the dance floor ablaze, as the blend of futuristic and vintage will appeal to both older and fresh into electronic music fans.  While “Sirius” is just their debut track, we can’t wait to see what kind of chaos this enigmatic character brings us into next.

Make sure you check out “Sirius” on Spotify!

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Brandon Stuhr

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